Come to our Tech Petting Zoo every Sunday in December at Douglas, 2-4pm. What is a Tech Petting Zoo you may ask? It’s a place for you to play with, touch, try out, and attempt to confound a variety of tablets and e-readers. We have a Nook Simple Touch, Nook Tablet, Kindle Fire, Apple iPad, […]
The Juneau Public Library will be teaming up with United Way of Anchorage to provide a series of talks and Q&A’s about the Affordable Care Act and the new Health Insurance Marketplace. Do you have questions like: Can I get health insurance through the marketplace? Do I HAVE to get health insurance through the marketplace? […]
Tuesday, November 26th, 6:00pm, downtown library. Thanksgiving is right around the corner. While thinking about what we’re thankful for, it’s common to think about ways in which we give and receive support and help from others. In this month’s program, our theme is “altruism.” First off, we’ll hear from utilitarian philosopher Peter Singer who is […]
These reviews are written by volunteers from the community who read and review new books. Arclight written by Joslin L. McQuein The first person to cross the barrier that protects the Arclight from the Fade, teenaged Marina has no memory when she is rescued but when one of the Fade infiltrates Arclight she recognizes […]
Wednesday, November 13th, 6:00pm, downtown library. If we are what we eat, shouldn’t we know what we’re eating? Many American consumers try to make healthy, informed dietary choices. We know to eat more vegetables and fewer fatty foods; we read labels and talk to our doctors. But what about food safety concerns outside of our […]
In October, Ray Troll came to the Juneau Public Library and hosted a drawing workshop. Space was limited and filled up incredibly quickly, with good reason! Ray was awesome! Check out some of the art created during the workshop.